Friday, 11 March 2016
12:00pm – 2:00pm
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Angel Place Office Tower, 123 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW 2000
Mr Allard Nooy, CEO of InfraCo Asia Development
Mr John Walker, Chair of InfraCo Asia Development
Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) offer an innovative way to attract private capital to much needed infrastructure development projects. The Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG) is a multi-donor organisation with a number of subsidiary companies designed to harness private sector efficiencies and capital for infrastructure investments through PPPs. Since 2002, the PIDG has delivered more than US$1 billion in infrastructure project development support.
PIDG’s main vehicle for developing bankable projects in the Asian region is InfraCo Asia Development, a project development facility which acts as a principal project developer that aims to stimulate greater investment in Asian infrastructure.
This invitation-only networking lunch with the CEO and Chair of InfraCo Asia Development, Allard Nooy and John Walker AM, provides an opportunity to hear about the work of InfraCo Asia Development in opening up investment opportunities through PPPs, and delivering much needed infrastructure to support economic growth in developing countries in Asia.
Allard Nooy has over 25 years’ of strategic executive leadership experience in the infrastructure sector and is an expert on emerging markets and PPPs. John Walker has a wealth of experience in finance, business and infrastructure in both the public and private sectors. He is the Executive Chairman of Infrastructure, Utilities and Renewables Asia for Macquarie Capital and Chairman of Macquarie Group of Companies, Korea.
This lunch is invitation only. Please get in touch you would like to register interest in attending.
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